based on 2 students ratings
I wanted to pursue a career in professional accountancy but with international exposure. Therefore, I decided to opt for college abroad. I was searching for colleges and I came across the University of Miami. The diversity and facilities attracted me a lot. I applied to the university online through their official website, and luckily it was for of cost.
The course is very well structured. It provides us with enough time to work on our own passion and projects. It started with the fundamental of accountancy and is providing in-depth knowledge needed by the professionals of that field.
Belonging to an architecture background, I wanted to pursue my undergraduate studies in architecture from the USA and had applied in 5 universities. I had applied at this ivy league university as it was the most efficient school among top national universities, being ranked 3rd for undergraduate teaching nationwide. I had applied through an online common application form by paying $70 as an application fee. I had secured a GPA of 7 at high school and wanted to pursue my education from this university as they were providing education at an affordable amount.
The course included a wide in-depth knowledge about subjects that included architecture and culture, general physics, architecture and behavior, and management of the professional practice, along with models and presentations representing the modern architect. The curriculum even includes group projects, which were evaluated by experienced architects, thus providing us with practical knowledge, along with theoretical studies.
The University offered everything I was looking for in a college! The nursing program is well-known, you couldn't ask for a better location and the University has a great overall reputation! Plus, I wanted a break from winters :)
Overall, I like it, but I wish some changes would be made to the cognate system. It prevented me from obtaining a double minor. Say you find a cognate you enjoy and want to continue with it to earn a minor, you lose the cognate (which is required for graduation). I wanted to continue with Spanish to earn a minor, but by continuing, I would not be able to graduate on time since I would have to find and complete another cognate to take the place of Spanish.